Saint Vincent College is a coeducational, Catholic, liberal arts college sponsored by the Benedictine Monks of Saint Vincent Archabbey which was the first Benedictine foundation in the United States, founded in 1846.
The Order Of Saint Benedict is an independent monastic communities that observe the Rule Of Saint Benedict, a book of rules written by St. Benedict Of Nursia (480–547) for monks living communally under the authority of an abbot.
With fewer than 1,800 students, Saint Vincent College provides the personal attention and educational tools to integrate intellectual aptitudes with professional goals. The very green and beautiful campus features a wide variety of architecture, from gothic to contemporary.
The college is named in honor of Vincent de Paul(1581-1660), a Catholic priest who dedicated himself to serving the poor and was recognized as a saint in 1737.
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The college has its own parking facilities.